In Drew Lock's pre-draft visit in Denver, the Broncos didn’t want to know how great the 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback with a laser-rocket arm was. They already knew.
With the butterflies and the new-job smell in the rearview mirror, it was all work for the fresh-faced rookies.
On Friday, for the first time in their NFL careers, the Denver Broncos' rookies took the practice field during the first day of rookie minicamp.
A nasty identity is already beginning to form in the Broncos' offenisve line room, thanks in large part to their new coach.
John Elway stole the headlines during the 2019 draft. But was it successful? Will the big-time moves pan out?
Call ‘em 41 and 42. For all intents and purposes, Dalton Risner and Drew Lock are the presidents of the Broncos’ 2019 draft class.
Coming out of Iowa as a deadly receiving threat, many in the Mile High City hope Fant can be the next Julius Thomas. There’s just one problem with that comparison.
On Tuesday, Fangio played off the severity of Harris Jr.’s absence from the team's offseason workout program.
Here’s the likelihood of Denver going after each position with their oh-so-valuable No. 10 overall pick.
Peyton Manning's retirement left an undeniable leadership void. Derek Wolfe believes the Broncos finally found the replacement.